Human Genetic Modofication

Topics: Kidney, Chronic kidney disease, DNA Pages: 238 (69865 words) Published: February 14, 2013
Gene Therapy for Renal Diseases and Transplantation

Contributions to Nephrology
Vol. 159

Series Editor

Claudio Ronco


Gene Therapy for Renal Diseases and Transplantation
Volume Editors

Ariela Benigni Bergamo Giuseppe Remuzzi Bergamo

15 figures, 4 in color, and 6 tables, 2008

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Contributions to Nephrology
(Founded 1975 by Geoffrey M. Berlyne)

Ariela Benigni
Department of Molecular Medicine Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research Via Gavazzeni, 11 IT-24125 Bergamo (Italy) Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Giuseppe Remuzzi
Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research Via Gavazzeni, 11 IT-24125 Bergamo (Italy)

Gene therapy for renal diseases and transplantation / volume editors, Ariela Benigni, Giuseppe Remuzzi. p. ; cm. – (Contributions to nephrology, ISSN 0302-5144 ; v. 159) Includes bibliographical references and indexes. ISBN 978-3-8055-8505-7 (hard cover : alk. paper) 1. Kidneys–Diseases–Gene therapy. 2. Kidneys–Transplantation–Genetic aspects. 3. Graft rejection–Prevention. 4. Gene therapy. I. Benigni, Ariela. II. Remuzzi, Giuseppe. III. Series. [DNLM: 1. Kidney Diseases–therapy. 2. Gene Therapy. 3. Graft Rejection–therapy. 4. Kidney Transplantation. W1 CO778UN v.159 2008 / WJ 300 G326 2008] RC903.G43 2008 616.6 1042–dc22 2008006529

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VII Preface
Benigni, A.; Remuzzi, G. (Bergamo)

1 Renal Diseases as Targets of Gene Therapy
Phillips, B.; Giannoukakis, N.; Trucco, M. (Pittsburgh, Pa.)

13 Nonviral Gene Delivery
Akita, H.; Harashima, H. (Sapporo/Saitama)

30 Retrovirus Vectors
Lech, P.; Somia, N.V (Minneapolis, Minn.) .

47 Adenovirus Vectors for Renal-Targeted Gene Delivery
Appledorn, D.M.; Seregin, S.; Amalfitano, A. (East Lansing, Mich.)

63 Adeno-Associated Virus Vectors: Versatile Tools for in vivo Gene Transfer Zentilin, L.; Giacca, M. (Trieste)

78 RNA Interference in Research and Therapy of Renal Diseases Rácz, Z.; Hamar, P. (Budapest)

96 Gene Therapy for Acute Renal Failure
Torras, J.; Cruzado,...
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